I never mentioned the word “monopoly”, nor did I allude to the concept of a monopoly, so I have no idea what you’re going on about.
May 10, 2016 at 6:44pm
If he paid for promotion and didn’t receive it, they he is within his rights to do so. Facebook was providing a service, and if they failed to do so, he is within his rights to seek resolution.
Steven Crowder going after Facebook and the Government going after Facebook are two entirely separate things. One is a person going after a private company who failed to provide a service, that was paid for, based on a political bias. The other is the Government going after a private company believing the company has to be “neutral” when in fact it has the First Amendment right to not be.
What does Facebook have a monopoly on?
I'm really interested on how you're going to argue that.
I never mentioned the word "monopoly", nor did I allude to the concept of a monopoly, so I have no idea what you're going on about.
 May 10, 2016 at 6:38pm
There is a difference between lying and selecting what to say. Facebook is simply selecting topics to discuss, instead of discussing all of it.
Second of all, if you don’t want to hear what they push, you are free to not go to facebook. Just like this very site, you can choose to go to the Blaze and listen, or not go at all.
 May 10, 2016 at 6:34pm
“Any attempt by a neutral and inclusive social media platform to censor or manipulate political discussion is an abuse of trust and inconsistent with the values of an open Internet.”
His first mistake is assuming Facebook is a “neutral and inclusive social media platform.” Last time I checked, Facebook is a private entity, who’s primary concern is making money. They can promote or demote any news story they wish. It’s called the First Amendment.
May 10, 2016 at 6:30pm
And yet, so many of the signs have yet to occur. Primarily, the Third Temple has to be rebuilt. For that to happen, the Dome on the Rock has to be destroyed.
Well I am not so sure that what you spoke of just may happen shortly in a few years. May I suggest Epicenter by Joel Rosenberg. I believe you can get it free online. The Epicenter 2.
The Third Temple is obviously Trump Tower,
April 21, 2016 at 10:45am
WorldWildWalker – “What a narrow and hateful small mind you have.”
Just as what J-Mo said is a misrepresentation of Christianity, what HisStoryUn is a misrepresentation of Atheism. How about people stop $h1tting on everyone else’s beliefs and just live your damn lives. If J-Mo (and those who thing like him) has a narrow and hateful small mind, so does anyone who thinks like HisStoryUn. Seriously, people. Grow up. Life isn’t a school yard where we stand around throwing childish insults at one another.
 March 30, 2016 at 2:33pm
If she was groped, there is also no defending someone who gropes a 15 year old girl. We have no information, aside from the two sides whether she was or was not groped. If she was groped, she is in her right to punch the guy. Hell, if it was my wife or daughter, I’d punch the guy. If she wasn’t, well, that’s another story all together…
 March 16, 2016 at 2:52pm
Is it just me, or is Glenn starting to look like Tim Allen in “The Santa Clause”?
Being made for a western audience, they used a western “standard” of good looks. Beautiful being subjective, a “good-looking” Satan, would look different depending on who made the movie, or, in reality, the viewer.
As an Albertan, I was dumbstruck when I heard that. You should see the flack he’s getting here. Albertans aren’t having any of it. Kind of like when James Cameron “toured” the oil sands.
 February 22, 2016 at 10:15am
I had a lot of army men growing up too. Then my Dad introduced me to tabletop war games, and now my army men are a little smaller, but I field them along side Sherman’s and P-51 Mustangs as I recreated battles like the Battle of the Bulge, Operation Market Garden and the D-Day landings. (I play a game called Flames of War and field the 101st Airborne, and depending on the battle, field them along side the Canadian Armoured Corp or the 2nd Armored Division).
 February 18, 2016 at 10:25am
They admitted in their open letter that they can get in, by building the software for the FBI, but refuse to do so. Just because you don’t have the key, doesn’t not mean you don’t know how to get it or bypass it. Welcome to hacking 101.
 February 17, 2016 at 10:39am
Instead of providing the software to the prosecutors, an expert from Apple could handle extracting the data from the phone in the presence of the DA. This would give the investigators the data they want and Apple would still have control of its encryption software.
As for the shooters privacy; he has none. He’s dead.
Here is the Key Apple dose not have the encryption keys the owner of the phone has it. So Apple can not get into a encrypted iPhone iPad to iPod Touch.
They admitted in their open letter that they can get in, by building the software for the FBI, but refuse to do so. Just because you don't have the key, doesn't not mean you don't know how to get it or bypass it. Welcome to hacking 101.
 February 12, 2016 at 10:14am
@Isahiah62 The fact that she is a black Trump supporter (and by extension a Republican) was probably what triggered his anger.
 February 12, 2016 at 10:11am
Where does it say he was an honor student? I see a tweet saying in quotes he is, but that is just some random twitter user.
 February 2, 2016 at 10:28am
Israel: “Cool tank, bro. You bring yours, and we’ll bring ours. We’ll see who’s is better.”